September 22, 2020
Remodeling a kitchen is a downright daunting affair. There are many things to take into account, including a budget, existing space, possible additions, lighting, and appliances. But a remodeling job, especially for an area like the kitchen, should be taken seriously. After all, it is the heart of the home, and it should look good and feel like a natural extension of the rest of the house.
Apart from the appliances, one of the most important considerations you should prioritize is the design. You would want your kitchen to be a space you and your family would want to spend a lot of time in. If you have nary an idea of what you want your space to look like, it’s always best to look into trends. Here are some that you may wish to consider:
Not everyone has the luxury of having a large kitchen, so homeowners and designers are always looking for innovative solutions to free up space in smaller kitchens. The latest trend appears to be interior storage solutions, which are basically hidden drawers and other spaces to minimize clutter in the area. It could be cabinetry to hide a fridge or dishwasher or storage design that minimizes small countertop appliances.
These hide-and-seek storage solutions can be achieved through customized elements, including but not limited to multi-purpose island units, built-in appliances, and reactive furniture made up of pop-up shelves, sliding doors, and the like. If you have limited space, you may want to look into installing a spice rack behind a backsplash or cabinet or building a narrow rolling cabinet that slots right into the gap next to your fridge.
Splash of color
While an all-white kitchen will never go out of style, kitchens with pops of color are growing increasingly popular in households. Homeowners are punching up their cabinets with bright blues and reds, or grounding a large space with soothing hues like gray. If you’re thinking of doing the same, you should consider not only color-coordinating your walls and countertops but also the items you put in the space.
You’ll have to make sure to select appliances that will look like they belong in your colorful kitchen, even something as small as a ladle or as simple as a rice cooker can make a huge difference. This doesn’t have to be a hefty investment, considering how much you’re already spending on everything else. Today’s inexpensive rice cookers come in a variety of designs on top of a multitude of functions. Whether you want a pop of red, a neutral gray, or a sleek black one, there’s one that will suit your fancy. Just be sure to look at the big picture when designing your kitchen and imagine what these different appliances will look like when combined to achieve cohesiveness.
Wooden kitchen cabinetry
It’s always fun to incorporate unconventional materials into your space to add more personality, but if you want something timeless, you won’t go wrong with wood, especially for your cabinets. Out of fashion for a while, wood is enjoying a resurgence this year, and it’s not hard to see why. For one, it’s aesthetically pleasing. For another, it’s also incredibly easy to customize. You have the option to select from a wide range of colors, finishes, exotic species, and designs.
If you want your kitchen cabinetry design to stand the test of time and have a lot of character at the same time, it’s best to go with walnut, alder, oak, and cherry. These options have texture and give off a stained, organic look. They also have unique patterns and wood grains, so every kitchen will look a little different despite using the same material.
When remodeling your kitchen, keep in mind that it’s an investment for the long haul. That is why it’s also important to consult designers and opt for professional services to figure out the right trends to hop on and create a cohesive look. If you want a kitchen that you would love, it’s best to leave it to the pros.
Should you need professional help when it comes to designing and installing custom cabinets in your kitchen, book a consultation with our experts here at Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry, Inc.
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By: Raizel Jewel